Student Counseling Services

We are a group of mental health counselors, psychologists, and doctoral/master's interns providing primary mental health care to the students of Central Washington University. 

Welcome to Counseling Services

We are dedicated to delivering exceptional mental health care that honors the diverse cultural experiences and dynamic needs of students.

Mission, Vision, and Diversity Statement

Explore our foundational mission, vision, diversity statement and more.

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How to get help during a crisis

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Social Justice and Mental Health

Social justice and mental health services offered at Central Washington University.

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Frequently asked questions at Central Washington University

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Training Programs

Internship and employment opportunities through Counseling Services

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Counseling services include:

  • Consultation and treatment planning
  • Group psychotherapy
  • Support groups
  • Short-term individual therapy
  • Crisis intervention
  • ADHD/Diagnostic Assessment
  • Care Coordination
  • Educational workshops
Find immediate crisis support

We are located in Black Hall, Suite 225-30. Call 509-963-1391 or stop by to speak with our helpful and friendly front desk staff and schedule an appointment. You can also schedule an appointment by emailing Student Counseling Services or using our secure online forms portal and completing the Request Appointment form. Our Release of Information and Pre-session forms are found at the same portal.

Student Counseling Services also sponsors an American Psychological Association Accredited Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology and Master's Internship training programs.

Offering a wide variety of services, we are open Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, with modified hours during breaks and university holidays.


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